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Keep Calm and Love Florence Pugh

Florence Pugh in the Black Widow trailer

My way of coping is, typically, to just watch a lot of movies and focus on those celebrities I love. The problem with Florence Pugh is that she only has a few movies right now, so I’ve taken to my time-honored tradition to fill the content gap: watching Florence Pugh’s Instagram.

Whether it’s her stories or whatever she decides to post, her Instagram account is my new safe haven for content. I don’t even cook, and yet I watch her stories about baking and cooking and suddenly feel like I can be a master chef and look very cute doing it. Florence Pugh’s cooking looks are my favorite things.

But her Instagram isn’t just her cooking videos. It’s filled with funny pictures, great little stories of her just having fun, and Florence Pugh enjoying herself while still being safe in her home. Maybe I want her quarantine outfit from when she’s dancing in her garage.

From her makeshift mask back when she still had to travel before social distancing and lockdowns became so prevalent …

To her travel looks …

 

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I was given a travel pillow and honestly, I couldn’t be happier. #smugpug

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And to her own tea …

There is just something about Florence Pugh’s social media presence that I find incredibly soothing. I can go on, watch her stories, and know that I’ll smile and then can carry on with my day.

She even just has dance parties with herself! A mood I thoroughly enjoy. If you check out her Instagram highlight titled “Get jiggy!” it’s just Florence Pugh dancing to “Holding On” by The War On Drugs in her garage. I don’t know, maybe it’s just soothing to see others doing pretty much the same thing I am, but watching Florence Pugh dance around and then cook by propping up her phone on a backsplash makes me feel like everything isn’t completely pointless right now.

So do yourself a favor, follow Florence Pugh on Instagram and just enjoy.

(image: Marvel Entertainment)

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